The 10 most representative films of South Korea.

Although Korean cinema has a vast history since the end of World War II, the dark times that the country experienced around the 1970s caused many of its classic films to be lost. The censorship imposed by President Park Chung-Hee generated that the films of this country were government propaganda, which made Korean cinema lose … Read more

De Luca visits the Logos Museum in Vibonati: “Testimony of a South that does not want to die”

The president of the Campania Region Vincent DeLuca visited the Logos Museumlocated at the Convent of San Francesco di Paola in Vibonati, immersing yourself in 2500 years of history, led by the two artistic directors, the directors Francesco Gagliardi and Stefania Capobianco and by the founder of the Logos Museum, the entrepreneur and film producer … Read more

The Ubuhle Collective: Beads, Traditions and Sisterhood in South Africa | africultures

Working the bead was a particularly widespread activity in South Africa and especially among the xhosa, a people originally from the Great Lakes region. This is an ancient tradition that allowed women to create ornamental objects, also intended to be used as important social markers. While it had almost fallen into oblivion, this craft was … Read more

South Americans in Milan, prayer is everyday life

The testimony of faith of these communities is closely linked to everyday life and is characterized by intense devotion and charitable zeal. Don Alberto Vitali talks about it by Stephanie CECCHETTI An active community, characterized by a very lively spirituality linked to everyday life. We are talking about the Latin American faithful present in the … Read more

South Africa: Abel Selaocoe, the cellist who shows us the link between Bach and traditional African songs!

Abel Selaocoe, cellist A cellist in dreadlocks: this is not trivial! The first album by Abel Selaocoe, a South African cellist whom we are discovering, is wonderful, a mixture of European classical music – baroque more precisely – and traditional South African music, our musician passing most easily in the world from one universe to … Read more

In South Africa, jazz is visceral, spiritual and political

Nduduzo Makhathini was 9 years old when Apartheid was officially abolished in South Africa in 1991, after forty years of racial segregation. Thirty years later, the kid from uMgungundlovu (district neighboring Durban) has established himself as one of the most emblematic and in-demand jazz pianists on the vibrant South African scene. But each note, each … Read more

At HangarBicocca the first solo show in an Italian institution by South African Dineo Seshee Bopape

by Editorial staff, written on 09/28/2022, 13:18:57 Categories: Exhibitions / Topics: Milan – Contemporary art Pirelli HangarBicocca will host the first solo show in an Italian institution by Dineo Seshee Bopape. From 6 October 2022 to 29 January 2023. From 6 October 2022 to 29 January 2023 Pirelli HangarBicocca will host the first solo … Read more